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Fever Profile (Mini)

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The Fever Profile (Mini) includes Complete Blood Count (CBC Haemogram), Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), Malaria Parasite Detection, Widal Test for Typhoid, and Routine Examination Urine, this profile offers a targeted approach to fever evaluation by examining blood components, inflammation markers, potential infections like malaria and typhoid, and urinary properties, enabling accurate identification of diverse causative factors behind febrile conditions and aiding healthcare professionals in formulating precise diagnostic and treatment strategies.

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Metropolis Healthcare is a leading diagnostics centre and pathology lab in India equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technologies that provides the Fever Profile (Mini) with a clear pricing structure.

The Fever Profile (Mini) Price in Mumbai is ₹ 800 .

We are committed to deliver accurate and quality results from the best labs in India with complete transparency regarding test cost and turnaround time. No matter where you are, we strive to offer patients high-quality service that is affordable and accessible.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Fever Profile (Mini) measures a set of essential parameters to systematically investigate the underlying causes of fever. This includes assessing blood components, inflammation markers, potential infections, and urinary properties viz. Complete Blood Count (CBC Haemogram), Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), Malaria Parasite Detection, Widal Test for Typhoid, and Routine Examination Urine.

The Fever Profile (Mini) is conducted for the following reasons: • Diagnosis: To identify the underlying causes of fever. • Infections: To detect potential infectious agents responsible for the fever. • Inflammation: To assess inflammation markers in the body. • Focused Assessment: To provide a targeted evaluation of fever-related factors. • Timely Treatment: To guide prompt and appropriate treatment strategies. • Fever Management: To aid in managing and addressing fever effectively. • Clinical Insights: To offer insights into the patient's health status. • Diagnostic Guidance: To assist healthcare providers in making informed decisions. • Comprehensive Approach: To combine key tests for a preliminary assessment. • Early Intervention: To enable early intervention and patient care.

The Fever Profile (Mini) is recommended in the following situations, and individuals who should consider taking the test include: • Unexplained Fever: When an individual presents with fever of unknown origin. • Suspected Infections: When there are indications of potential infections causing the fever. • Clinical Suspicion: When healthcare providers suspect underlying conditions contributing to the fever. • Recurrent Fever: For individuals experiencing recurrent episodes of fever. • Travel History: Those with recent travel to regions with prevalent febrile diseases. • Localized Outbreaks: In regions experiencing outbreaks of specific infections. • Clinical Decision: When healthcare providers deem it necessary for comprehensive assessment. • Persistent Fever: For cases of prolonged fever without clear causes. • Specific Symptoms: Individuals with additional symptoms indicating infections or inflammation. • High-Risk Groups: People with compromised immune systems or pre-existing conditions.

Abnormal results may indicate various underlying conditions such as infections, inflammations, or other health issues.

During the Fever Profile (Mini), blood and urine samples will be collected for laboratory analysis. The samples will be examined for blood cell counts, inflammation markers, antigen presence, and other relevant factors.

Typically, no specific preparations are needed for the Fever Profile (Mini). However, it's advisable to follow any instructions given by your healthcare provider, especially if there are specific considerations for fasting or medication.

Depending on the results and suspected conditions, additional tests like specific pathogen testing, imaging studies, or further blood markers might be recommended to provide a more comprehensive assessment. One may also consider doing Fever Profile (Maxi), Fever Profile (Super Mini), Fever Profile (Super Maxi), and Fever Profile Detection by Real-Time Multiplex PCR.

• Fever Diagnostic Panel • Febrile Illness Profile

The CBC Haemogram assesses the cellular components of the blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit. This test helps identify infections, anemia, and other blood-related disorders that can contribute to fever.

Routine Examination Urine, or urinalysis, analyzes urine for physical, chemical, and microscopic properties. It helps detect urinary tract infections, kidney disorders, and other conditions that might cause fever.

ESR measures the rate at which red blood cells settle in a test tube over time. Elevated ESR levels can indicate inflammation, providing insights into possible infectious or inflammatory causes of fever.

This test identifies the presence of Plasmodium parasites in the blood, helping to diagnose malaria, a common cause of fever in regions where the disease is prevalent.

The Widal Test is a serological test used to diagnose typhoid fever by detecting specific antibodies against Salmonella Typhi bacteria.

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